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Uptown Thursday Nights @ MIST (A Comedy Series) SOLD OUT

Apr 113 2013 ( Thu ) @ 08:30 PM

MIST Harlem - My Image Studios
46 West 116th Street, New York, New York 10026


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Special Guest:

Colin Quinn

Colin Quinn


From the early days of MTV's Remote Control to his later success with the topical Comedy Central series Tough Crowd With Colin Quinn, gravelly voiced Brooklynite Colin Quinn has become a staple of the comedy scene thanks to his fearless, tell-it-like-it-is style and everyman attitude. Quinn proved to be a ubiquitous presence in the realm of popular comedians thanks to his stint at Saturday Night Live's Weekend Update desk, numerous film roles, and his marked tenacity (even after having no less that three television series canceled, Quinn still returned to host Tough Crowd). His topical brand of comedy doesn't appeal exclusively to New Yorkers, but to anyone who prefers their politics and current events news spiked with a healthy dose of irreverence. A native of Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY, who got his start as a standup comic in the mid-'80s, Quinn made a name for himself with performances at such popular Manhattan comedy clubs as Caroline's and The Comic Strip. He gained a healthy amount of exposure soon thereafter when he joined the cast of MTV's pop-culture game show Remote Control in 1987. Following the cancellation of that show, he took the reigns for the sports comedy series Colin Quinn's Manly World. Though Quinn would appear in such features as Who's the Man? and A Night at the Roxbury during the 1990s, his main focus would remain on television, where he hosted the popular A&E series Caroline's Comedy Hour before stepping in to replace Norm MacDonald as anchor for SNL's popular Weekend Update segment. When his short-lived 2002 series The Colin Quinn Show failed to find an audience, Quinn went back to the drawing board, eventually returning with a winner in the form of Tough Crowd With Colin Quinn. Eschewing the sketch comedy format of the former for a looser, more unpredictable topical approach that found comedians discussing various news stories, the show offered Quinn at his comic best. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

 , Rovi


Kareem Green

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Comedy Central, BET, TV One

Just taped Russell Simmons’ Presents The Ruckus on Comedy Central in 2011; and,
executive produced, wrote and performed his own 1-hour comedy special, Kareem is Oh
So Hilarious. Thus, the title of his hour debut. As a three-time champion on Showtime
at the Apollo, Kareem is a multi-faceted entertainer and comedian whose talents include
Stand-up, Improv, Acting and Writing. Kareem’s relatable comedic style has earned
him television appearances on BET Comic View and TV One’s Bill Bellamy’s Who’s
Got Jokes. His wittiness keeps audiences in stitches throughout the U.S., Europe and the
Caribbean Islands about his experiences in foster care, fresh air fund, dating and having
an extremely unsuccessful criminal career.

Kareem has worked with Tracy Morgan, Bill Bellamy and Bill Burr, to name a few. As
well as being an accomplished comedian, He is a skilled actor and has had key roles in
the independent films Gold Digger Killer, Holla If I Kill You and Comedy In The Hood.
His headliner appearances at colleges and comedy clubs prove Kareem is soon to be a
household name. Kareem has been featured at New York’s top comedy clubs, including
Carolines on Broadway, Standup New York, Gotham Comedy Club and the Comic Strip.

He has received national recognition in nationwide comedy competitions such as
Comedy Central’s Laugh Riots and The Salem Orb Contest and in 2009, Kareem was
crowned Winner of the Bay Area Black Comedy Competition and the top finalist in
NBC’s Stand Up for Diversity. Since then, Kareem’s online sketch comedy show
(AnotherSketchComedyShow.com) screened at the San Diego Black Film Festival
and on the websites on such sites as: BET.com, VH1Access.net, Bossip.com,
Sister2SisterMagazine, WorldStarHipHop and more.

Kareem Green is, by far, a rising star!

Dan Soder
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MTV's Guy Code, Comedy Central

Originally from Aurora, CO, Dan Soder stad doing stand up at 21 while attending the University of Arizona. After two years of playing clubs and casinos all over the southwest, Dan decided he'd had enough of extreme heat and venomous animals, so he moved to New York to get serious about stand-up. After living in New York for close to 5 years, Dan has been featured on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham", and was the standout at the 2011 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. Dan was also voted funniest comedian at the New York Comedy Festival. Dan recently performed at the 2012 SXSW festival in Austin, TX and is currently hosting the Yahoo! Screen webseries, "Mansome", produced by Morgan Spurlock, Jason Bateman, and Will Arnett.

Kenny Williams 
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BET, Apollo

Kenny Williams was raised in South Jamaica, Queens. He stad his career in entertainment as a dramatic actor performing in community theater. He later found his love for stand up comedy at the Uptown Comedy Club in 1990.  It was at the Uptown Comedy Club, where taped his first television appearance. His other TV appearances are "It's Showtime at the Apollo" and BET ComicView. Don't let the Urban TV credits fool you. Kenny Williams is not just urban local comic. He has performed in London, England, Canada, and many Caribbean Islands. Also entertained the US troops in South Korea and Germany.


Venue Map

MIST Harlem - My Image Studios
46 West 116th Street,New York, New York 10026


Note: The seating map here reflects the general layout for the MIST Harlem at this time. For some events, the layout and specific seat locations may vary.